You can use will / won’t for future predictions.
- The world’s population will reach 10 billion in the year 2050.
Positive / Negative
|will (+)won’t (-)||have|
Examples: Predictions for the year 2050.
- In the year 2050, we will have flying cars.
- In the year 2050, there won’t be any more war.
- In the year 2050, people will live until they are 100 years old.
- In the year 2050, countries won’t fight against each other.
- In the year 2050, everyone will speak at least three languages.
With will, it’s common to use the short forms:
- I will –> I’ll
- You will –> You’ll
- He will –> He’ll
- She will –> She’ll
- It will –> It’ll
- We will –> We’ll
- They will –> They’ll
Examples: Thinking about next year
- Will you get a promotion next year?
Yes, I think I will!
- Will he travel to the U.S.A. next year?
No, he won’t.
- Will the economy improve next year?
Yes, it will.
- Will we buy a house next year?
No, we won’t.
- Will they win the lottery next year?
You can add a question word at the beginning.
A common question word to use is When:
- When will you get a promotion?
Next year, I hope.
- When will he travel to the U.S.A.?
- When will the economy improve?
I don’t know.
- When will we buy a house?